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Suction Sales by MESSRS. CHURTON, ELPHICK, ROBERTS & RICHARDSON. May 27-At the Auction Mart, Foregate-stm-et- Household Furniture and Effects Bv MESSRS. CUNNAH & ROBERTS. May 21-At Barrow-by-Chester-Live and Dead Farming Stock „ May 21 —At the Smithfield, Hooton — Fat and Store Cattle „ May 22-At the Smithfield, Chester Horses, Carriages, Harness, &c.. May 22-At the Smithtield, Chester- Hides, Skins, and Fat May 23-At The Lache, near Chester-Household Furniture and Effects May 27-At the Smithfield, Che-ster-Fat and Store Stock „ May 28—At the Hooton Hotel, Hooton—Farm and BuildinL, Sites at Hinderton, Neston May 28-At the Hooton Hotel, Hooton Station- Freehold Property r. May 29-At the Smithfield, Chester-Grazing Stock and Store Cattle May 31-At the Blossoms Hotel, Cheater-Ten Freehold Dwelling-houses June 2-At The Beeches, near Sandycroft Station- Household Furniture and Effects June 7—At the Blossoms Hotel, Chester-Family Residences June 7-At the Blossoms Hotel, Chester—Fully- licensed Public House By MESSRS. PICKERING & NIGHTINGALE. May 24-At the Blossoms Hotel, Chester-Dwelling- House at Bowling Green Bank June 7-At the Blossoms Hotel, Chester-Freehold Dwelling-houses and Shops in Garden-lane By MESSRS. CHALLINOR, ROWSON ANB CHALLINOR. June 4-At Beeston Castle Hotel, Tarporley- Freehold Residence By MR. JOSEPH WRIGHT. May 21—At the Royal Oak Hotel, Kel-all-Free- hold Land at Weetwood, near Tarporley By MR. EDMUND HENRY MANLEY. June 2-At the Royal Hotel, Crewe-Freehold Farms at Acton and Coole Pilate By MESSRS. FRANK LLOYD, NUTTALL&CO. May 28, 29 and 30—At the Repository,: Crewe Harness Horses, Cobs and Ponies By MESSRS. HALL, WATERIDGE & OWEN. May 30 & 31—At Shrewsbury—Horses Sales bE Auction. AUCTION MART, FOREGATE-STREET, CHESTER. MESSRS. CHURTON, ELPHICK & co. wiii SELL BY AUCTION, on TUESDAY, the 27th May, 1902, at 11 a.m. punctually, an assort- ment of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS, including a consignment of superior NEW CARPETS, RUGS, &e. Catalogues may be had from the AUCTIONEERS. On Saturday Next, May 24th, 1902. BOWLING GREEN BANK, CHESTER Sale of Valuable Dwelling-House, Stables and Shippons. MESSRS. PICKERING & NIGHTINGALE will SELL BY AUCTION, at the Blossoms Hotel, Chester, on SATURDAY, May 24th, 1902, at 3 o'clock p.m. prompt, and subject to conditions of sale to be then produced. All that Freehold DWELLING-HOUSE, with Garden, Stables, Shippons and other buildings, being No. 7, Sidney-place, Bowling Green Bank, Chester, in the occupation of Mr. Tomlinson. The Dwelling-House contains two entertaining- rooms, kitchen, milk-house, dairy, and washhouse. The Buildings comprise shippons with tying for 10 cows; 4 brick built and slated stables with lofts over, and 2 loose boxes, wooden stable with loose box, and galvanised iron roof, and wood shed. There is a large paved yard, and the whole of the property is in a thorough state of repair. For plans and particulars apply to the Auo- TIONEERS, 4, Newgate-street; or MESSRS. BARKER & ROGERSON, Solicitors, 12, White Friars, Chester. On Saturday, June 7th, 1902. GARDEN. LANE, CHESTER. ESSRS, PICKEI-I'G & NIGHTINGALE vi. will SELL BY AUCTION at The Blossoms I will SELL BY AUCTION at The Blossoms Hotel, Chester, on SATURDAY, June 7th, 1902, at 3 o'clock p.m. prompt, subject to conditions of Sate to be then produced, in the following or such other lots as may be decided upon at the time of sale, the under-mentioned Valuable Freehold DWELLING- HOUSES and SHOPS LOT I.-All that DWELLING-HOUSE, known as "Lome Cottage," with the large Garden thereto belonging, situate off Louise-street, Garden-lane, Chester, in the occupation of Mr. T. Jones. Rent V9 19s. per annum. LOT 2.—All that DWELLING-HOUSE, known as "Woodbine Cottage," with the large Garden thereto belonging, situate off Louise-street, Garden- lane, Chester, lately occupied by Mrs. J. Smith. Rent B22 per annum.—These two Lots adjoin each other, and will in the first instance be offered in one Lot. LOT 3. All that SHOP and DWELLING- HOUSE, situate and being No. 59, Garden-lane, and No. 1, Louise-street, Chester, in the occupation of Mr. C. B. Wooley, grocer. N.B.—The shop is licensed for the sale of beer, to be consumed off the premises, and is held with the house by the tenant for the residue of a term of seven years, from the 24th June, 1899, created by an indenture of lease, dated the 23rd March, 1899. RentC40 per annum. LOT 4.—All that SHOP and DWELLING- HOUSE, situate and being No. ú7, Garden-lane, Chester, in the occupation of Mrs. Muirhead, green- grocer. Rent £ 30 per annum. LOT 5.- All that SHOP and DWELLING- HOUSE, situate and being No. 55, Garden-lane, Chester, in the occupation of Mr. J. Dawson, News- agent and Tobacconist. Rent £ 35 per annum. LOT 6.—All that SHOP and DWELLING- HOUSE, situate and being No. 53, Garden-lane, Chester, in the occupation of Mr. W. Davidson, Chemist. The premises are held by the tenant for the residue of a term of 7 years from the 1st February, 1898, under an agreement for a lease dated 26th March, 1898. Rent JE35 per annum. The property is always well let, and is in very good order and repair. The tenant of Lot 3 carries on an extensive out- door trade, the district being most populous. For further particulars apply to the AUCTIONEERS, 4, Newgate-street; or ME. F B. MASON, Solicitor, 9, St. Werburgh-street, Chester. BUNBURY HEATH, TARPORLEY, CHESHIRE. MESSRS. CHALLINOR, ROWSON and CHALLINOR are favoured with instruc- tions to SELL BY AUCTION on WEDNESDAY, June 4th, 1902, at Beeston Castle Hotel, Tarporley, at Three o'clock in the Afternoon prompt, subject to conditions, in the following or other Lots— LOT I.-All that very desirable FREEHOLD RESIDENCE, or Hunting Box, situate on Bunbury Heath, near Tarporley, known as "FIR "BANK," with Two Fields of old pasture, containing in the whole 6a. 2r. 32p. (Ordnance measure), or there- abouts. The House contains hall, dining and drawing-rooms, five bedrooms, w.c., kitchens, pantry, linen closet, and cellars. The Outbuildings consist of 4 excellent loose boxes, two-stalled stable, coach-house, saddle-room, corn-room, wash-house, large sleeping room for grooms. The Gardens and Grounds are well stocked with fruit and other trees, and the property is now occupied by Lieut.-Colonel Drury. LOT 2.-All that Valuable FREEHOLD RESI- DENCE, or Hunting Box, adjoining Lot 1, containing entrance and inner halls, dining and drawing-rooms. 6 bedrooms, w.c., kitchen, scullery, pantry, cellar, &c. The Outbuildings consist of two-stalled stable, two loose boxes, wash-house, coach-house, corn-room, hay-loft, and coal-house. There is also a well stocked Garden and Crofts, containing in the whole la. or. 7p. (Ordnance measure), or thereabouts, and being in the occupa- tion of C. Willis, Esq. The above Properties are situated in the centre of a capital hunting district, and close to Beeston Castle Station, and each have an excellent water ■supply, the Liverpool main being laid on. For further particulars apply to the AUCTIONEERS, St. Werburgh-street; or Mr. T. MOORE DCTTON, Solicitor, Godstall Chambers, Chester. This Day (Wednesday). WEETWOOD, NEAR TARPORLEY. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, by MR. JOSEPH WRIGHT, at the Royal Oak Hotel, Kelsall, on WEDNESDAY, the 21st May, 1902, at Six o'clock p.m., subject to conditions, the under mentioned Valuable FREEHOLD LAND, namely;- LOT 1.—Three Closes of PASTURE, ARABLE and ORCHARD LAND, situate at Weetwood, in the County of Chester, on the west side of and having a good frontage to the highway leading from Kelsall to Willington, and containing about 5 acres, 2 roods, and 28 perches. The Orchard land is planted with choice fruit trees, now in good bearing condition. LOT 2.—Two Closes of PASTURE and ARABLE LAND, situate at Weetwood, aforesaid, on the east side of and having a good frontage to the highway leading from Kelsall to Weetwood, and containing about 4 acres, 3 roods, and 29 perches. All the Arable Land has been well and carefully 113 sown with good seed oats, and there is an unfailing supply of excellent water on the southern boundary of each Lot. Both Lots contain very eligible building sites. Earlv possession can be given. For further particulars and plans apply to the Auctioneer, at Alpraham; or to MESSRS. DICKSON, BARNES & DICKSON, Solicitors, St. Oswald's Chambers, Chester. I In Bankruptcy, re John Wright.—By order of the Official Receiver. THIS DAY (WEDNESDAY). L^ALE of LIVE and DEAD FARMING JO STOCK, at BARROW-BY-CHESTER. CUNNAH & ROBERTS, Auctioneers. THIS DAY (WEDNESDAY), at One o'clock, at HOOTON SMITHFIELD. MESSRS. CUNNAH & ROBERTS WIN HOLD their usual WEEKLY SALE of FAT and STORE CATTLE, Sheep, Pigs and CALVES. Further entries respectfully solicited. On THURSDAY NEXT, 22nd May, 1902. CHESTER HORSE FAIR. AT THE SMITHFIELD, CHESTER. MESSRS. CUNNAH & RGBERTSWIIIHOID their MONTHLY SALE of HORSES, Carriages, Traps and Harness, including a large consignmeot of New Harness, and light running Gig, in good order, Hansom with rubnec tyres nearly new, circular fronted double Brougham, by "Mason," London Pony Turnout, and dark brown Pony, 6yrs., 13 hands. Entries respectfully solicited. Sale at One o'clock with horses. On THURSDAY NEXT, May 22nd, 1902. at 3 o'clock. AT THE SMITHFIELD, CHESTER. MESSRS. CUNNAH & ROBERTS win con- duct the usual WEEKLY SALE of HIDES, SKINS and FAT. The Prices were considerably higher this week. Consignments may be sent in any day during the week, and will be sold at current week's prices. Price lists to be had from the AUCTIONEERS, Chester. On FRIDAY NEXT, May 23rd, 1902. Important and attractive Sale of the Household Furniture and Outdoor Effects at THE LACHE, one mile from Chester. MESSRS. CUNNAH & ROBERTS are favoured with instructions from James Parry, Esq., to SELL BY AUCTION the Choice and Valuable HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS, including a handsome Spanish mahogany sideboard, with large mirror back, drawers, cupboards and cellarette; mahogany dining table with four extra leaves, carved oak dining chairs, mahogany easy and occasional chairs, mahogany revolving bookcase, bearskin rug, walnut kneehole writing desk, grandfather's chiming 8-day clock in mahogany case, with brass face fine-toned Boudodr Grand Piano, by 4 Bechstein"; mahogany music seat, bronzes and ornaments brass pedestal drawing-room lamp, brass wall lamps, convex. mirror, brass French bedsteads and bedding, bed- room furniture, Mahagany, Walnut and Ash Bed- room Suites weather-glass, dinner, tea and coffee services, Brussels, Axminster and Wilton Pile carpets and hearthrugs, oilpaintings, water colors, engravings and old prints, lounge chairs, wicker arm chairs, telephone and appliances, standard half-plate camera, with tripod, &c. a cellar of choice Wines, including champagne, Madeira, Volnaz, Hock, and Scotch whiskey wringing and mangling machine, large oil tank, perambulator, mail cart, kitchen and culinary utensils HORSES.—Chesnut thoroughbred mare, brown two-year-old filly, set of brass-mounted cob harness, harness fittings, lamps and stable utensils; garden effects, including two lawn mowers, tennis net and poles, cucumber frames, tennis marker, garden tools, Boulton and Paul wigwam poultry run, dog kennels, runs, iron railings and gates, and miscel- laneous effects. Sale to commence at Ten o'clock punctually. Full particulars in catalogues, which may be obtained at the AUCTIONEERS Offices, Grosvenor- buildings, Chester. On TUESDAY NEXT, at Eleven o'clock, AT THE SMITHFIELD, CHESTER. ESSRS. CUNNAH & ROBERTS will hold 1., their usual WEEKLY SALE of Prime Fat and Store CATTLE, SHEEP, PIGS, & CALVES. Pigs brought from the County of Chester with a declaration can bo moved back again into the county with a license to be obtained from the Inspector at the Smithfield. Entries respectfully solicited To close a Trust. Highly Important Sale of a valuable, ebiiipact, and charmingly situated Freehold FARM, valuable BUILDING SITES, and Accommodation Land, with modern and substantially erected Farm House and Farm Buildings, containing in the whole 102 acres 2 roods 9 perches or thereabouts, known as the "New Farm," Hinderton, Neston, in the County of Chester, and now in the occupa- tion of Mr. J. Newton. MESSRS. CUNNAH & ROBERTS are favoured with instructions from the Trustees to SELL the above Farm BY AUCTION, at the Hooton Hotel, adjoining Hooton Station, in the said county, on WEDNESDAY, the 28th day of May, 1902, at Half-past Four p.m. punctually, in one or more lots, and subject to the general conditions of sale of the Chester and North Wales Incorporated Law Society, and to the special conditions to be then and there produced. The Farm is intersected by main roads from Chaster to HeswaU, or contiguous to the Neston to Birkenhead, and Neston to Raby, to all of which there are extensive frontages, forming an excep- tional opportunity of acquiring beautifully situated Building Sites, with charming views of the valley of the Dee, the Welsh mountains, and the Hundred of Wirral. For plans and particulars, permission to view, and any further information, apply to the AUCTIONEERS, Grosvenor Buildings, Chester Mr. H. S. WHALLEY, Hunter-street, Chester or to Mr. T. H. TOWNSEND, Solicitor, Rawtenstall. To close an Estate. Important Sale of a very valuable compact Freehold Property, situate in the parish of GREAT NESTON, and close to the village of Raby, in the County of Chester, known as "THE UPLAND," containing 14 acres, 3 roods, 38 perches, or there- abouts, with the Farm Buildings thereon erected, and the Dwelling House at present occupied by Miss Elizabeth Gibbons to be SOLD BY AUC- TION by MESSRS. CUNNAH & ROBERTS, at the Hooton Hotel, adjoining Hooton Station, on WEDNESDAY, May 28th, 1902, at Half-past Four p.m. punctually, in Two or such other Lots as may be determined upon at the time of Sale, and subject to conditions to be then and there produced. The Property is nicely and conveniently situated to "Neston and Hooton'Stations, and has a large frontage to the Neston and Raby road. For further particulars apply to the AUCTIONEERS, Grosvenor Buildings, Chester; or to MESSRS. R. J. JONES & SEPHTON, Solicitors, Leylands Buildings. 34, Castle-st. Liverpool. On THURSDAY, May 29th, 1902. Special Store Stock Sale, at the SMITHFIELD, CHESTER. MESSRS. CUNNAH & ROBERTS WIN HOLD a SPECIAL SALE of GRAZING STOCK and STORE CATTLE, including 25 well-bred Shorthorn Yearling Heifers and Bullocks, three Pedigree Shorthorn Yearling Bulls, Dairy Cows and Heifers (on the point of calving), and other Stock. Further entries for which are respect- fully solicited. HANDBRIDGE, CHESTER. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY "]UfESSRS. CUNNAH & ROBERTS, at the Blossoms Hotel, on SATURDAY, the 31st May, 1902, at 3 p.m. punctually, subject to con- ditions:- TEN Freehold DWELLING-HOUSES, Nos. 6 to 24, Hartington-street, Handbridge, in the city of Chester, in the occupations of Williams and others. The Property will be offered in five lots, com- mencing with Nos. 6 and 8, Hartington-street, as the first lot. The property is new and substantially built, and forms a grand investment. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers, Grosvenor Buildings, Newgate-street, Chester; or to JAMES C. BATE. Solicitor, Old Bank Chambers, Chester. ASH GROVE AND MIDDLE CRANE- STREET, CHESTER. Important Sale of highly desirable and commodious Freehold Family Residence to be SOLD BY AUCTION by MESSRS. CUNNAH & ROBERTS. at the Blossoms Hotel. Chester, on SATURDAY, the 7th of June, 1902, at Three o'clock punctually, subject to conditions to be then produced- LOT 1. The attractive and valuable Freehold Detached FAMILY RESIDENCE, situate and being No. 3, Ash Grove, Wrexham-road, now in the occupation of Mrs. Kirkpatrick. The House contains hall, drawing-room, dining- room, five bedrooms, dressing-room, kitchen, scullery, pantry, large dry cellar, front and back staircases also large coach-house and out-offices. J There is a nice front garden and a good kitchen garden, nicely laid out and planted. Chester water and gas is laid on, and there is also a large galvanised water tank for rain water. The property is conveniently situated to the trams, and is in the most desirable residential portion of the city. Early possession can be given if desired. LOT 2. All that Freehold MESSUAGE or DWELL- ING-HOUSE, No. 24, Middle Crane-street, Chester, in the- occupation of Mr. Perkins as monthly tenant at the yearly rent of £ 18, the tenant paying all rates, &c. The house contains parlour, lobby, kitchen, back kitchen, good yard, with w c., two cellars, five bed- rooms, dressing room, and w.c. This lot is subject to a yearly ground rent of 15s. For cards to view and any further information apply as to both lots to the AUCTIONEERS, Grosvenor Buildings, Chester as to Lot 1 to Messrs. Boydell and Taylor, Solicitors. 2, Pepper-street, Chester and as to Lot 2 to Messrs. JOLLIFFE & JOLLIFFE, Solicitors, 13, St. John-street, Chester. Sales by return. On MONDAY, June 2nd, at 4 o'clock. 1 ALE of a Portion of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS, at THE BEECHES (one mile from Sandycroft Station), by order of Mr. T. J. Dutton. CUNNAH & ROBERTS, Auctioneers. To Brewers, Investors, and Others. Highly Important Sale of a Valuable Fully-licensed Freehold Corner Public House, situated in the best position and most populous part of the city, within a short distance of both railway stations and adjoining the Coal Exchange, and admirably adapted for doing a sound business and extensive beer trade. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MESSRS. CUNNAH & ROBERTS, at the -iri- Blossoms Hotel, in the city of Chester, on SATURDAY, the 7th day of June, 1902, at Three o'clock punctually, subject to conditions to be then and there produced- All that Fully-licensed Free PUBLIC HOUSE, known as the "GLYNNE ARMS HOTEL," situate and being No. 100, Brook-street, and No. 1, Francis-street, in the city of Chester, and now let on an annual tenancy to the West Cheshire Brewery Company, Limited. The House oontains bar, smoke-room, sitting- room, kitohen, back-kitchen, pantry, yard, and w.c.; 8 bedrooms, sitting-room and w.c. up- stairs and good cellarage. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers, Grosvenor Buildings, Chester; or to MESSRS. BOYDELL & TAYLOR, Solicitors, 2, Pepper-street, Chester. SOUTH CHESHIRE. ACTON, COOLE PILATE, NEWHALL, WRENBURY & SOUND. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, pursuant to Order of the Court of Chancery of the County Palatine of Lancaster, Manchester district, made in an action intituled 1897, Letter M, No. 9212. In the matter of the estate of John Hall Greaves deceased, Mayall v. Leigh, with the approbation of and before the Manchester District Registrar of the said Court, by Yi R- EDMUND HENRY MANLEY (the ixJL person appointed by the Registrar), at the Royal hotel, Crewe, on MONDAY, the 2nd day of June, 1902, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon prompt, in lots and subject to conditions of sale. The valuable Freehold FARMS, situate in the parishes of Acton and at Coole Pilate, known as "Brine Pits Farm" and "The Old Hall Farm," with suitable Dwelling-houses and Homesteads, also the Impropriate Tithes arising from lands in the several townships of Newhall, Coole Pilate, Wrenbury and Sound, all in the County of Chester. Plans, particulars and conditions of sale may be obtained from the AUCTIONEER, Aston, Nantwich Messrs. TWEEDALE, SONS & LEES, Solicitors, Church- lane, Oldham Messrs. W. R. & P. S. MINOR, Solicitors, 29, Fountain-street, Manchester; Mr. J. T. DOYLE, Solicitor, 3, Kennedy-street, Manchester; Mr ROGER A. GARTSIDE, Solicitor, 67, Princess- street, Manchester Mr. J. H BELLYSE, Solicitor, audi em Mr. G. WINTKINGHAM CUTTS, Solicitor, 50, High-street Bognor; Messrs. MILLS, LOCKYER and MILLS, Solicitors, 5, Finsbury-square, London or from MR. JOHN LEIGH, Solicitor, 30, Brown-street, Manchester. Prizes 40gs., including 3 Silver Cups value 20gs. CHESHIRE REPOSITORY, CREWE. FRANK LLOYD, NUTTALL & CO. Great IP Special and Select May Prize Sales.—WEDNES- DAY, May 28, Harness and Brougham Horses, Match Pairs.—THURSDAY, May 29, Harness Horses. Pedi- gree Hackneys, Cobs and Ponies.—FRIDAY, May 30, Heavy Horses, Shires and Young Stock. Entries close May 20th. Prize Lists ready. ^JHKEWSBURY HORSE SALES. O FRIDAY and SATURDAY, May 30th and 31st. HARNESS- HORSES, HUNTERS, and HACK- NEYS on Friday. HEAVY HORSES, SHIRE MARES, COLTS, and FILLIES on Saturday. Entries received for First Edition of Catalogue up to Tuesday morning. Sale Edition printed on Thursday. WM. HALL, WATERIDGE & OWEN. Auctioneers (acting solely as Agents). Offices, Shrewsbury. PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS -i. OF THE FOLLOWING CLASSES HOUSES TO BE LET, APARTMENTS WANTED, HOUSES WANTED, APARTMENTS TO BE LET, SITUATIONS WANTED, MISCELLANEOUS WANTS, SITUATIONS VACANT, LOST OR FOUND, ARTICLES TO BE SOLD, BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS, are now inserted in The Chester Courant at the following rates:— NOT EXCEEDING TWENTY WORDS- ONE INSERTION 1/- Two INSERTIONS 1/6 THREE INSERTIONS 2/- NOT EXCEEDING THIRTY-FIVE WORDS— ONE INSERTION. 1/6 Two INSERTIONS 2/6 THREE INSERTIONS 3/- .# go be Het. T 1ST OE RESIDENCES, I8SUED MONTHLY, SENT POST FREE ON APPLICATION TO W. & F. BROWN &,CO., CABINET MAKERS & UPHOLSTERERS, EASTGATE ROW, CHESTER. FULLY-LICENSED HOUSE, in Chester. TO LET; six bedrooms, bar parlour, sitting- rooms, and kitchens.—Apply Vernon, George and Dragon, Linenhall-street, Chester. 1530 HOOTON LAWN, with possession (half-mile from Hooton Station).—Two acres of lawns and gardens. Contains three fine entertaining- rooms, billiard-room, eleven bed and dressing- rooms, stabling for three horses, shippons, &c.; within fifteen minutes of Liverpool. Public gas and water. Shooting and hunting near.—Apply to Davies & Stephen, Mollington, Chester; or Tyrer & Co., 10, Cook-street, Liverpool. Co be Solb. I', SPAR GRAVEL, CHIPPINGS, MACADAM, &c., for Drives and Walks.—Robt. W. Killon, Al, Coal Exchange, Chester. Telephone 70. 1519 LADIES' Cashmere and Alpaca DRESS LENGTHS, handsome designs and colourings, 3/11 carriage paid, patterns free.—Bradford Dress Warehouse, Shipley, Bradford. SLEEPERS! SLEEPERS! SLEEPERS! for iO posts, fencing, &c. BUXTON & WELSH LIMES.—Robt. W. Killon, Al, Coal Exchange, Chester. Telephone 70. 1518 LADIES; dainty BLOUSE MATERIALS and Washing Fabrics, all new styles, 4f yard Carriage paid, patterns free. Dress Warehouse (B 91), Darlington. BARGAINS. -Stylish Butfaline Cord DRESS LENGTHS, in old rose, greys, browns, &c. 3/11 paid, patterns free.-Clark's Dress Warehouse, Hull. rgAO BE SOLD, ROAN MARE, by "Lord I Derwent," dam by Old Bedford," 15 hands, 6 years old, a good hack, steady in harness, and sound.—Apply to Mr. R. L. Barker, 10, Eaton- road, Chester. LACKPOOL ELECTRIC TRAMWAYS B (South), Ltd FOR SALE, a few 5 per cent. Cumulative PREFERENCE SHARES. Buyer will receive the accruing dividend. Miss G., Ellerslie, 2, Birdhurst-road, Croydon. 1524 BLACK GELDING, by "India Rubber," six-years-old, 14hds. 2in., quiet to ride or drive, and very good mover; v.s. certificate, bred by owner. Sold to make room for another younger one.—R., Saighton Lodge, Chester. 1521; rpo BE SOLD, DARK CHESNUT MARE, I 6 years old, 14-2; quiet in saddle and harness, and fast; will stand trains, trams and motors. Would suit a lady.—Apply to J. Jones, Dodleston, Chester. I) EPAIRS to Steam, Gas and Oil ENGINES. Jx MOTOR CARS Repaired and Stored. Port- able Engine on Hire. New Steam Engines of various sizes also Saw Benches, Shafting, Pulleys, etc., always in stock and Laiieeleyi, Engineers, Brook-street, Chester. F R E E CYCLES Marvellous Bargains 2,800 Cycles, CYCLES Motors and Accessories. Bargains in CYCLES Ea(!t,'s and B.S. A. Machines. FREE to CYCLES any address, the most interesting 50-page CYCLES Catalogue in the trade. Second-hand CYCLES Cycles from 30s. 2,000 New Machines CYCLES from £ 2 17s. 6d. Plated Rims, Rrm CYCLES Brake, Free-wheel Machines from £ 4 10s. CYCLES each. Every class of Machine in stock. CYCLES Accessories Half-pric8 GO per cent. CYCLES cheaper than others. Marvellous bar- CYCLES gains; Agents Wanted; Trade Supplied. CYCLES Don't buy before you have seen our CYCLES 50-page new illustrated catalogue, which CYCLES will be an eye-opener and money-maker to CYCLES all interested in the Cycle Trade. This CYCLES Catalogue FREE to all.-WARP.ILOW CYCLES and CO., WESTON-SUPER-MARE. Established 1832. CART and LURRY TARPAULINS, LONG and LOIN CLOTHS for Horses, COAL and CORN SACKS, equal in price and quality to any in the kingdom. Ladders, Blocks, Pulleys, Rope of all sizes. TENTS suitable for all purposes, Decorations if required. Prompt atten- tion to enquiries either for Sale or Hire of above.— Apply DAVIES & SONS, Crane-street, Victoria road, and 4, Coal Exchange, Chester. antes. „ WANTED, FOREMAN for the Bakehouse- Apply W. Denson & Son, The Northgate, Chester.. 1529 OYLAKE. -GENERAL for small family, at JLL once; age about 22. Salary £U; Protestant. —Address 37, Alderley-road, Hoylake, Cheshire. HOUSE-PARLOURMAID (experienced) ILL WANTED, for small family.—Apply by letter, with references, &c., Mrs. Jas. Hepherd, Stockton Lodge, near Warrington. 1533 WANTED, WORKING HOUSEKEEPER, to widower, no family, to do the work of a small house in the country one cow kept, good home and wages to a suitable person.—Address S 34, office of this paper. 1217 COOK and HOUSEMAID WAITRESS WANTED, in small family must be thor- oughly competent and with good characters.— Apply Miss Douglas, Bryn Cregin, Deganwy, Llandudno. 1207 NO RENT.—One halfpenny spent on a postcard will save you many pounds.—Send card men- tioning this paper to Manager, 72, Bishopsgate- street, Without, London, E.C., for illustrated booklet giving particulars as to "How to Live Rent Free." 1206 LADIES.-Having purchased a manufacturer's t J stock of DRESS GOODS, shall offer some Armures, Cashmeres, Cords, Cloths in summer colorings, at one price all round, 4/ the dress length carriage paid. Large assortment in Blacks. Patterns free.—Ventnor-street Warehouse, Leeds. AGENT, with good sound connection amongst wholesale bottlers, brewers, mineral water manufacturers, and wine and spirit merchants, WANTED to represent Old-established Firm of Importers and Manufacturers. Liberal commission to suitable applicant.—State references to Agent," c/o Seigle, 30, Lime-street, London. 1522 SPARE TIME.—Smart, energetic MEN WANTED to represent a well-known com- pany. Whole or part time. Liberal payment, and to a really capable man exceptional opportunities of improving his position. No outlay.—Full par- ticulars on application by letter to "Popular," Office of this Paper. 1205 CHESTER STEAM LAUNDRY. VICTORIA ROAD (CLOSE BY THE NORTHGATE STATION). All the arrangements are on the most approved modern system for Washing, Ironing, Drying, Packing, &c., and the management most efficient. W. H. LIPSHAM, Secretary & General Manager (Chester Steam Laundry Co., Ltd) Inspection is specally invited on any day excepting Mondays and Saturdays. THE FINEST HEALTH RESORT IN NORTH WALES .4' DHOS ABB K Y HOTEL, -V RHO6-ON-SEA, COLWYN BAY. Facing the sea, pure bracing air, delightful climate, charming scenery, water supply and sanitation perfect. Elegant apartments, every home comfort; all bedrooms sea view. Excellent golf links by the sea within half.a. mile. High-class cuisine. Terms moderate. Titritf apply Fr. MEIER, Proprietor (late St the WINDSOR HOTEL, GL A SGO W), TELEPHONE No. 80. DAVIES & SHEPHEARD'S pURE ^gRATED rpABLE "^yATERS IN SYPHONS AND BOTTLES. The Tops of the Syphons are Silver-plated inside and out, the contents being in contact only with Silver and Glass. RETAIL PRICES. Corked Screw Syphons. Bottles. Stoppered Per doz. Large. Splits. Bottles SODA WATER. 3/6 li6 1/3 1/6 POTASH „ 36 1/0 1/3 1/6 SELTZER,, 3/6 16 1/3 1/6 Single Syphons, 4d. each. LITHIA WATER 4/6 2/- 1/6 LEMONADE 4/6 1/6 1/3 1/6 GINGER ALE 4/6 1/6 1/3 1/6 Single Syphons, 5d. each. MANUFACTURED BY D AVIES & gHEPHEARD BRIDGE STREET ROW, CHESTER. DR. SCOTT'S PILLS THE SAFEST MEDICTNE, MILD, BUT BFFEOTUAL, CONTAIN THIo; FINEST DRUGS THAT CAN BE PRODUCED. DR. SCOTT'S PILLS CURE HEADACHE AND SICKNESS, CURE INDIGESTION AND WINlI, CURE FLATULENCE AND HHARTBUEN, CURE ALL BILIOUS AFFECTIONS. DR. SCOTTS PILLS ARE A TONIC PURIFIER. STRENGTHEN TRio; WHOLE SYSTEM. INDUCE CR ERFULNESS. INVALUABLE AS A FAMILY MEDICINE DR. SCOTT'S PILLS CTTEK LOSS OF APPETITE. CURE DEPRESSION OF SPIRITS. CUR; ALL DISORDEKS OF THE BLOOD. CURE LASSITUDE AND NERVOUSNESS. DR. SCOTT'S PILLS should be kept fit hand by all Heads of Households, to resort to on any slight occasion of Kiling on the part of those under their charge, as by paying attention to the regular action of the Stomach, Liver and Bowels many a severe illness is tivoided or mitigated. They will be found in slight rases by a single dose to restore health to the body with a happy frame of mind. DR. SCOTT'S PILLS Are prepared only by W. LAMBERT, 173, SEYMOUR PLACf, LONDON, w. Do not be per. nad.d by anyone to buy auy other Medicine instead, but insist upvn having the right thing, which is wrapped in a equare Kreen package. By posr for 13 or 83 stamps. BL.All'S GOU' AND RHEUMATIC PILLS f) FOR TUT HR'S CTOTJT PILLS RHEUMATISM, IB LI A lit B Lr UUL 1±IjL,C3. GOUT> TJUMBAGO, X>LAIR'S GOUT PILLS. The acute 18 T>LAIR'S GOUT PILLS, of S 13 Chemists and Stores BLAIR'S GOUT PILLS, at l/li and 2/9 per Box.

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